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This is so true. I have Cervical Kyphosis and suffer from everyone of those cervical problems to the right. So this chart is a proven fact.


especially when you throw some lumbar spinal stenosis in there too!----IF this doesn't hit my situation on the head, nothing does. Then people wonder why I spend so much time in bed....If it hurts to stand and it hurts to sit, there sure the hell aren't many positions left to try except lying down!!!!


Epidural vs spinal anesthesia. Epidural: headache is not experienced. It's often used during labor/delivery, and surgery in the pelvis and legs. Spinal anesthesia: puncture in the Dura (covering over the spinal cord). It's often used for genital, urinary tract, or lower body procedures. Spinal and epidural anesthesia have fewer side effects and risks than general anesthesia (asleep and pain-free). Patients usually recover much faster and can go home sooner.